Audubon Summer Camp!
Camp brochure and schedule is available for download at the above link. the updated parent handbook will be available shortly.
early Registration for members only: February 1st-8th.
General registration begins february 9th.
Questions? contact us anytime! Please see the contact information at the bottom of this page.
Audubon’s Summer Camps gets kids ages 2½ to 15 outside exploring our local environment — fields, forests, ponds, streams, and the coast of Narragansett Bay. Our camps are conveniently located at our wildlife refuges in Bristol and Seekonk. It’s the perfect environment for adventure, exploration, learning, and loads of fun! It’s what summer camp should be! Audubon provides a safe environment for plenty of outdoor fun in a variety of natural habitats.
CAMP INSTRUCTOR & ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR
Audubon is looking for qualified candidates to fill Camp Instructor and Assistant Instructor positions. You must be 21 to be an instructor and 18 to be an assistant instructor. For information, contact Tracey Hall at email@example.com or 401-949-5454, x3011.
Audubon is looking for enthusiastic young adults (ages 16+) with experience working with children for our Junior Counselor positions. A love of nature, the outdoors, and science is important. Positions are available at both camp locations. Junior Counselors are a volunteer position.
Audubon provides financial assistance to parents/guardians, with special circumstances, to help send their child to camp.
Camp Scholarships are available based on need, and on a first come/first served basis. There are two scholarship categories available based on the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines.
50% scholarships, and 85% scholarships.
Applicants must contribute at least 15%. More than one scholarship may be awarded to a family, but only one scholarship per child per summer.
Camp Scholarships are made possible by the generous donations of our members
Website last updated: january 16, 2019